How a Public Health Crisis Created an Impetus for Change: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s National Commission to Transform Public Health Data Systems

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Published 10/6/22

Published in Health Equity, this discussion transcript focuses on how the COVID-19 pandemic brought to light the serious and pervasive data gaps facing marginalized groups and what cross-cutting themes the panels found in their work. Chairs of three panels (focused on Blacks/African Americans, people living with disabilities, and women) — including the Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR) President and CEO Kathryn Schubert as chair of the women panel — shared insights, recommendations, best practices on approaches to advance data systems and data equity.

Read The Full Paper Here

Following this conversation, CEO Kathryn Schubert authored an article about the overlap between women’s health and health equity. Read the full piece.

To Address Women’s Health Inequity, It Must First Be Measured

SWHR CEO Katie Schubert co-authored an article about measuring and addressing women’s health equity, published in Health Equity.